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Media, the left have fits over Tory changes to judge appointments

For several weeks in February, the Globe and Mail appointed itself the official opposition to the federal government, running numerous articles, columns and editorials criticizing the process by which the Conservative government of Stephen Harper is choosing judges. Last year, the government amended the composition of the federal Judicial Advisory Committees that examine government nominees to ... (Continue reading)

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Colour pink politics red

Just before the Liberal leadership convention, the Liberal Women’s Caucus released their Pink Book, a slick public relations item that dresses up big government programs as progressive policies to benefit women. Belinda Stronach, heiress to the Magna fortune and self-anointed protector of middle-class women everywhere, is chair of the Liberal Women’s Caucus. Upon release of the Pink Book, she said the Tory ... (Continue reading)

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Ottawa names reprotech panel

On Dec. 21, federal Health Minister Tony Clement named the board for Assisted Human Reproduction Canada, an oversight agency established by the federal government to regulate reproductive and experimental technologies, such as in-vitro fertilization and stem cell research. This was done when it passed the Assisted Human Reproduction Act in 2004. Immediately, proponents of embryonic stem cell research and their media allies criticized the appointments to ... (Continue reading)

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Dark side of Conservative party exposed

Sacrificed? Truth or Politics by Larry D. Spencer (Kayteebella Productions, $17.99, 172 pages) Truth and politics – are they mutually exclusive? After reading Larry Spencer’s new book Sacrificed? Truth or Politics, the answer, unfortunately, seems to be yes. And that’s the main reason every concerned Canadian should read this well-written volume.... (Continue reading)

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Gays as pawns in the culture war

The homosexual “marriage” issue has fortunately awakened many sleeping Christians. Many, however, do not realize that homosexuals are pawns being used for political purposes in a culture war. The international socialist movement is using homosexuals as an excuse to further a socialist, anti-religious agenda. What better way to muzzle Christians than to pass “hate” legislation limiting churches’ freedom of ... (Continue reading)

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Little good news in Dion’s winning of the Liberal leadership

Stephane Dion, a cabinet minister in the Jean Chretien and Paul Martin governments, shocked the political world when he overcame Michael Ignatieff and Bob Rae, the two frontrunners for the leadership of the Liberal Party of Canada, at the party’s convention in Montreal. With the support of former Ontario education minister Gerard Kennedy, Dion leapt ahead ... (Continue reading)

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The first year of the Conservatives

For 13 years, Canadians in general, but especially pro-life and pro-family citizens, criticized the heavy-handedness of Liberal prime ministers Jean Chretien and Paul Martin, who attempted to foist upon their party and the nation an ideologically rigid and radical approach to abortion and marriage. There was reason to believe things would be different when the Conservatives won power on Jan. 23, 2006. But while there have been many positive developments, on two key ... (Continue reading)

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In the footsteps of a Tory delegate

This is a journey of the Battleship Life.  Our four day mission is to venture amid the illustrious whitewashed – to enter the Great Hall in search of the “elusive” truth. June 10, 1993 Leaving Lotusland in the still of the morning, we prepared to meet the uncertainties ahead.  Upon arriving at destination Ottawa, the great change in temperature was immediately apparent.  Obviously, the excessive clothing of the cool West must be discarded. There has been a breakdown in communication.  The Edwards camp ... (Continue reading)

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Catching up with Joe Borowski

Whatever happened to Joe Borowski? It’s one of the most common questions pro-lifers ask of the man who almost single-handedly took on the Canadian system in a monumental battle for the unborn. From being on the leading edge of the pro-life battle for almost two decades, Borowski seems to many to have fallen off the face of the earth. “I’m not dead,” he assures the Interim from his health food store in Winnipeg. “Right now we’re just treading water.” Treading water for Joe ... (Continue reading)

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